Each individual double stop is simple on its own, but the issue you have is that you transition from an interval less than a fifth, to a fifth, to an interval greater than a fifth (and back again). This requires shifting which fingers are on which strings, which will require a bit of separation. If that's okay, then this is perfectly playable.
In more detail: For the E-A double stop, you would play in 3rd position, with the index (1st) finger on the E (highest) string and the middle (2nd) finger on the A (2nd highest) string. Then for E-B, you would slide up to 4th position, with the 1st finger one the A string and the 2nd finger on the E string. Note that the fingers switched. Then for E-C you would just move the 2nd finger up one note on the E string, so that's easy.